Political parties on one page on Kashmir issue: Haleem

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President Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sindh chapter, Haleem Adil Sheikh has said that India is playing a dangerous game in the occupied Kashmir; however, it can’t suppress the freedom struggle of Kashmiris.
Talking to media outside the Sindh Assembly on Monday, Haleem Adil said that today on the call of PTI protests were held in whole Sindh against the Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir and to express solidarity with the Kashmiri brethren. He said India wants to convert Kashmiris into minority in the occupied Kashmir but its nefarious designs would fail.
The President PTI Sindh said that plebiscite is the birthright of Kashmiris and India cannot deny it. He said the inhuman atrocities on Kashmiris have exposed the ugly face of India. He said that with changing laws, India cannot change public opinion on Kashmir. He said Pakistan has always supported the cause of Kashmir and it would continue to do so. He said the Kashmir Issue is being more and more complicated.
Haleem Adil said that India is playing with fire and it is their folly that they would suppress Kashmiris. He said Pakistan is able to give India a befitting reply for its violations of the Line of Control. He said Pakistan has the ability to meet any situation. He said whole Pakistan is on the same page on Kashmir Issue. He said our political parties have their problems but on the Kashmir Issue they are also on the same page.
The PTI’s Parliamentary Leader in Sindh Assembly said Kashmir is the jugular vein of Pakistan and there are no two opinions on this issue. He said the Kashmir Issue would be solved as per the resolutions of the United Nations. This is the issue of the peace of whole Asia. He said India has violated all laws and norms by dropping cluster bombs on civilian population. He said that India has rejected the offer of US President Trump regarding resolving the Kashmir issue and it would pay heavily for this.
He further stated that Pakistanis are a brave nation and they would not leave the Kashmiris alone.—Agencies

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